We develop and manage database systems and data entry templates using SPSS, NVivo, Epi Info, Microsoft Access, Stata, and Excel. Development Data is familiar with the following software packages; Microsoft Access, NVivo, ODK, VB.Net, Visual Studio, C#, Dbase IV, Java, Epi Info, SQL, SPSS, and Excel. We possess vast experience in data capturing, data entry coordination, data quality assurance,data analysis and reporting.
Innovation in development responses, we believe, is a by-product of research and documentation of practices. It is imperative that interventions be informed by other success stories. We thus support and participate in research and documentation on key developmental issues that include HIV and AIDS, agriculture, water & sanitation, food security and sustainable livelihoods to meet the diverse needs of our partners. Our experience is derived from participating in several surveys at both national and regional.
We facilitate training on a number of data and information related software such as SPSS, NVivo, ODK, Epi Info and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) for basic and advanced documentation, presentation and data management.
Facilitating Knowledge Management:
We believe that success in development responses lies in capturing, packaging, utilization and dissemination of information, a process aptly referred to as Knowledge Management (KM). Under this flagship, we aspire to promote access to relevant and up-to-date development information that relates to diverse sectors and further compliments by promoting sound and effective use of ICTs.
Development Data is an African data management organisation that provides technical support to governments, civil society and private sector entities that are working to lift the continent out of poverty. We offer development practitioners cutting edge solutions in data collection, management, analysis and interpretation. Technical support offered extends to both financial and programme data for organisations addressing key development issues of poverty, health, gender, sexual reproductive health and HIV and AIDS. The organisation has its head office in Zimbabwe and offices in Mozambique, Zambia and South Africa.
National Longitudinal study on school dropout
MAMaZ Against Malaria at Scale (MAM@Scale)
We share a vision of a developed Southern Africa where all citizens enjoy their rights and are equals in the global society.
To provide technical expertise in data, information and project management for development processes in the Southern African region.